Garrett Gunderson Quotes



Best 10 Quotes by Garrett Gunderson

Killing Sacred Cows Quotes

“As long as we're focused on our individual needs alone, we will never be able to contribute to the world in a meaningful way.”

Killing Sacred Cows

“Finding and living our Soul Purpose is the process of looking beyond our desires to see what people around us want and then providing it for them in such a way that it also provides us with the highest levels of joy and fulfillment.”

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“If we want to have more, then we should start by being better people; in order to be better, we start doing better things, which leads to having more of what we want.

When we become who we were born to be — or, in other words, start living our Soul Purpose — every resource imaginable becomes available to fulfill our mission.”

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“We have a responsibility to multiply our talents and to create as much value as possible in the world.”

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“When people claim that they have transcended the base need for money, what they are really saying is that they have no intention to provide value to anyone but themselves.”

Killing Sacred Cows

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“Habits are the result of actions we take repeatedly.”

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“If it seems too good to be true or has a 'something for nothing' feel, realize there will be a cost.

Will you pay now or later?”

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“Living off interest isn’t a retirement plan. Spending your life slaving away isn’t a career.”

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“Retirement planning promotes a 30 year plan of saving, scrimping and cutting back in the hopes that discipline and patience will payoff.”

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“We know that schools do not have a curriculum for our kids to learn 'how to invest in themselves.”

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“I wanted to go into TV and write comedy. I wrote to ABC, NBC and CBS. ABC was interested and said they would get back to me.To get ABC’s attention, I sent a carrier pigeon to inquire about my prospects. They sent back a message on the bird. It said, ‘nothing yet.’”


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